At the recent February Board of Trustees meeting, the calendar for the 2015-2016 school year was adopted after careful review and input from district stakeholders. Suggestions were received from the City of Needles, PTA, and Staff Associations before approval.
The next meeting of the Needles USD Board of Trustees will be Tuesday, May 26th. The public open session begins at 6:00 pm. The agenda is available on this website under Departments - Board of Trustees - Board Agendas. Board agendas are always published at least 72 hours in advance of a regular meeting and 24 hours before a special board meeting.
1st Place..."Why So Serious?"...Madyson Benoit
2nd Place..."The Beatles"...Rebecca Zoss
3rd Place..."The Red Fox"...Julia Guffey
WE ARE PROUD OF ALL STUDENTS WHO ENTERED THEIR WORK IN THE ART SHOW!!!
NMS and NHS AVID programs hosted the First Annual College Fair on April 29th and 30th in the NHS Gym. Parents, students and staff listened to students present on the college of their choice! It was evident that students and their families put a lot of effort into these project boards! Thank you to AVID Coordinator Julie Rowan and AVID teachers at NMS and NHS for all you do for our students!
Trustee Cameron-Otero has been re-elected by majority vote of all school boards in the San Bernardino County as a representative to the California School Boards Association.
Needles Middle School and Needles High School Art Club hosts the 2015 Art Show. Art Club Adviser, Mrs. Whitley, is proud of the amazing work that students have prepared for this event. Art Club is one of the District's many clubs and activities that engage students in school!
On Wednesday, March 25, 2015 there will be workshops for both students and parents presented by Judges and Staff from the Superior Court of San Bernardino County.
Needles Head Start is now accepting applications for students for August 2015. Please contact Supervisor Rhonda De La Garza at 760.326.5221 or email [email protected]
Three NHS students were selected by the Needles Rotary and provided scholarships by Rotary and NYDEF to attend the annual RYLA program in Prescott AZ. Camryn Tacy, Reid Shaver and Jacob Call had opportunities to network with students from 14 different countries while developing their leadership skills. These students will report on RYLA and be honored by the Board at the meeting on February 17, 2015.
Needles USD is proud of Ezrah Ponce, William Dunn, Zhiyong Xie and Kobee McCorkle who earned "Build Your Own Future" scholarships up to $2500 per remaining year at NHS. Students must earn their annual scholarship through community service, job shadowing and voluntarism. Each student submitted an extensive personal application and acquired letters of recommendation. Congratulations!